Vogue showcases Cong Tri's new collection

By Y Ly  &nbspMay 8, 2021 | 02:10 pm GMT+7

Cong Tri’s Fall-Winter 2021 collection, which features a slew of weaving and folding techniques, is showcased in top fashion magazine Vogue.

Vogue showcases Cong Tri's new collection

After a retro 2021 Spring-Summer collection with outfits inspired by 80s and 90s fashion, Tri’s latest collection lays particular emphasis on craftsmanship and weaving techniques.

Vogue showcases Cong Tri's new collection

An off-the-shoulder dress decorated with a lot of bows. The designer, who loves using bows in his outfits, said: "The bow denotes feminine beauty or a gift.

In Cong Tri’s world, it indicates that every woman is a precious gift from God to this world." Bows were Tri's symbol when he released his first collection at the New York Fashion Week in 2019.

Vogue showcases Cong Tri's new collection

Tri uses a variety of materials like organza, taffeta and silk, and weaving and origami folding techniques. Weaving has been a trend in the fashion world for the last two years.

Vogue showcases Cong Tri's new collection

Woven outfits help woman showcase their curves, and can be worn both in summer and winter and in combination with many other outfits.

Vogue showcases Cong Tri's new collection

An oversized woven jacket worn with a leather bra gives a modern look.

Vogue showcases Cong Tri's new collection

Handmade flowers are a feature in the new collection.

Vogue showcases Cong Tri's new collection

A dress made of bows and featuring the Japanese origami folding technique.

Vogue showcases Cong Tri's new collection

An asymmetrical shirt with an exaggerated collar worn with a black suit.

Vogue showcases Cong Tri's new collection

See-through dresses with patterns are another signature design in Tri’s new collection.

Since releasing two collections to acclaim at the New York Fashion Week in February and September 2019, Tri has many international celebrity clients like Miley Cyrus, Kelly Rowland, Sandra Oh, and Margot Robbie.

Photos by Hau Le.



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